Hey, remember how Kesha is being forced by law to continue to make music for the man she said sexually assaulted her? Yeah, that bullsh*t is still happening.
But, one good thing to come out of this terribleness is the many celebrities speaking up in support of Kesha.
It's amazing to see the entertainment industry come together to fight injustice -- whether it's by starting a dialogue about abuse in the music industry or donating $250,000 to help with legal fees (as Taylor Swift did).
Now, the latest show of support came from two big-name music producers, Jack Antonoff and Zedd, both of whom offered their production services to Kesha.
Antonoff, in addition to being the lead guitarist of the band Fun, co-wrote Taylor Swift's "Out of the Woods" and a couple other songs from 1989, so you know he could make something great with Kesha.
Yesterday, he tweeted at Kesha, offering to create and leak music with her, so she can get around her contract with Sony but still keep working. He also called her alleged abuser, Dr. Luke, a "creep."
Listen, that dude is awesome. No wonder I was obsessed with Fun when I was in high school.
Then Zedd, who produced "I Want You to Know" featuring Selena Gomez, also threw in his offer to produce for Kesha on Twitter, though with less questionable legalities than Jack.
Props to both producers! It's nice to know there are some people in the entertainment industry who look out for and support women.